I'm running ubuntu natty with gnome 3 installed. I was installing some gnome 3 shell themes, and I now I want to revert back to the default gnome 3 shell theme (adwaita) but i forgot to back it up (I thought I had) I'm just wondering where I could find this shell online. How do I revert back to where I was.
I recently went through a desktop crisis after removing unity from 11.04, installing openbox, hating it, and then installing Gnome 3. What's weird is certain applications like chrome and some other system things appear to use the theme I have (as in, they look nice) but windows like terminal, file browser, and most other applications including the default log in screen all look like windows 95.
you can see the square unstyled buttons. I'm just wondering how to apply a full on system theme to apply to all windows in gnome 3. tweak-gnome didn't look like it could do it, and after running through the themes (redmond, clearlooks, etc) they didn't have any impact on these windows.
I'm using the default Ambiance theme with 11.04, but my bottom gnome panel has strange white vertical lines as well as a very light background on active windows. It's almost as if it's using the Clearlooks theme for open applications and Ambiance for everything else. Also when I right click some of the systray items I get weird backgrounds in the tooltip. So far I've tried deleting all my .gnome config folders in my home directory, logging in/out etc. and nothing seems to work. Attached screenshots of the problems.
I was ubuntu 10.10 user and i installed macubuntu theme there but recently i upgraded my ubuntu to 11.04 and now the macubuntu theme is still exist. But i don want to make it avail anymore. how can i remove the theme from ubuntu 11.04 to use default theme of 11.04?
I have avant-window-navigator in my startup appplications. This apparently causes gnome to use the Gnome icon theme on boot, instead of the Humanity theme I selected in Preferences->Appearance. I just have to go to Preferences-Appearance again to get the Humanity theme back to work (I don't even have to change any settings, just going there is enough.) When I remove awn from my startup applications, this problem doesn't occur.
I upgraded from 8.4 all the way through to 10.04. I want the default 10.04 theme and it's settings (the dark one). Cant find the actual one in my themes folder. Whats teh name of it, or is there a way to just choose default for all?
My default Ubuntu theme (and all the other smooth and new looking ones that ive tried) crash one or two minutes after logging in. My computer is up to date! The theme it gets set to is older and boxy looking. The question is, then, how do I get the default Ubuntu Theme to work when it crashes shortly after logging in?
I have Lucid. I played with compiz and emerald. I put everything back. But my theme is no longer as it was before I started. Similar, but the icon set and windows are a little different. Under 'appearance' the theme, which I'm told is called 'light' isn't visible. And I don't know the original icon set. How can I restore my desktop to look as it did on installation.
I recently started using remastersys to make distributable copies of my install, but I have a problem: since I chose not to include personal information, it doesn't include my current desktop theme or the AWN dock at the bottom in the finished live CD .iso. How can I change this behavior and keep the dock and my current icon theme, metacity theme, etc. and have it installed and turned on by default?
Upgrade install to 11.04 using unity theme. I get random white screens/panels. first time was the whole login screen, second is the body of notepad but terminal works fine. I can enter content and it works, sometimes if I refresh it draws the body correctly, sometimes when I change focus it does not work. That happened with Firefox. I have everything updated and I have not changed anything. No private drivers to install. I'm guessing its just a setting somewhere.
Using the default theme in Ubuntu 10.10 I find that setting the top panel to more than the defalt 24 pixels size means that the extra pixels you add at the bottom are a different shade. It looks a bit rubbish, is there any way to fix this?
really hate the new default plymouth theme in Fedora since 11, as such I'd rather use either Solar or Spinfinity as the default plymouth themes, however F12 for some reason keeps ignoring me when I set the default theme.I downloaded all necessary packages for this and for some reason unknown to me when I boot the computer the default theme still appears, unless I switch to a VT (press F1) and then back to the plymouth boot (ESC) does it change to the theme I selected, be it Solar or Spinfinity. The symlink in /usr/share/plymouth/themes/default.plymouth is point to the right theme (i.e. /usr/share/plymouth/themes/spinfinity/spinfinity.plymouth), and yet it does not load at boot by default, do I have to remove the other "default" theme or what?
I have just installed Fedora12, i worked all time with Red Hat Enterprise, so i wanted to set the default Red Hat theme(clearlooks) on Fedora. However i can't find the clearlooks icons in the themes, how can i set them?
How can I install the FIREFOX 5 default theme? I installed the official Firefox 5 update from the Fedora 15 repos, but it has a custom theme in place of the default one provided by Firefox? I LOVE the new Firefox 5 look a lot more than the one Fedora includes.
I'm trying out slim - the login replacement for gdm/kdm/xdm. I find that when I use the special supplied Slackware theme, I can't see the cycling of the session names as I repeatedly hit F1. But when I use the default theme they show up just fine. Is there some special tweak to /etc/slim.conf that will make the session names visible using the Slackware theme?
I've set up home server, which doesn't have to be as powerful as other servers, so I decided to install GUI because of applications that are alternatives to classical GUI applications in headless version requires more skill/knowledge. However, I don't want server to run GUI always at start (which gnome-desktop package does). I need some configuration in KDE/gnome/xfce (haven't decided) that doesn't start GUI after each start (e.g is required to type startx or equivalent command to start GUI)(off topic: can you also recommend good remote-administration with GUI transport ?)
whether i use dekorator or emerald+compfusion for them manager .;when i change theme my task-bar(the bar where the clock and open windows button is) remain to default like the way it looks before installing all this windows theme manager